Classic Brit Awards : 2nd October 2012

Russell Watson to perform at the Classic Brits at the Royal Albert Hall on 2nd october 2012.
During a televised conversation with host Alan Titchmarsh today, 10th September, Russell confirmed that he will be singing at the  Classic Brit Awards  at the Royal Albert Hall on 2nd October 2012.

He said that he didn’t yet know exactly what he would be singing.

You can see the conversation on  ITVPlayer  (available until 10th October) as well as his performance of a new arrangement of  Swing Low,  with Myleene Klass on piano, in the final part of the Alan Titchmarsh Show.

As well as performing at the Classic Brit Awards, Russell has been nominated for the ‘Classic FM Album Of The Year Award’ with his “Anthems – Music To Inspire A Nation”.

Whether or not he succeeds is entirely dependent on a public vote and if you still haven’t voted for “Anthems” please consider doing so before the closing date of 21st September 2012.

To go to the Classic Brit Awards page to vote,  click here…  

We’ve been given assurance by the Classic Brits producers that all VOTES, even from overseas, will count.

Once you have voted you’ll be entered into a draw for a chance to win two tickets to attend the Awards courtesy of Classic FM.

Only UK residents are eligible to enter the Classic FM draw.  Unfortunately the combined voting and draw entry form led to uncertainty as to who could vote, hence our seeking the assurances above.

There is completely separate prize draw being run by MasterCard, one of the sponsors, but you must have an active MasterCard credit card to qualify for entry.

Those not lucky enough to win tickets to this event can still  purchase tickets  directly from the Royal Albert Hall.


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